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Lakewood Ranch leads the charge

Lakewood Ranch leads the charge

September 28, 2011

Lakewood Ranch installs charging stations for hybrid and electric vehicles.

Ranch DEAL stalls

Ranch DEAL stalls

September 28, 2011

State College of Florida Officials are not actively working on the Design & Economic Acceleration Lab the college announced, with partners, in January.

MPO panel recommits to bridge

MPO panel recommits to bridge

September 28, 2011

The Sarasota/Manatee Metropolitan Planning Organization voted to put the two-lane Tara Boulevard extension back on its 25-year transportation plan.

Back to the (re)drawing board

Back to the (re)drawing board

September 28, 2011

Manatee County officials are seeking public input as they reconfigure district lines to accommodate changes in Manatee County’s population.

News Briefs

News Briefs

September 28, 2011

Keep Manatee Beautiful organizes site cleanups; Ranch Medical Center to host open house; FEMA recognition aids Manatee County residents; Rescue hosts adoption event; Bank merger deal called off

Realtor group selling Lakewood headquarters

Realtor group selling Lakewood headquarters

September 28, 2011

The Manatee Association of REALTORS is selling its two-building campus in Lakewood Ranch for $2.5 million. Officials say the organization is not in financial distress.

Tidewell names new fundraising professional

Tidewell names new fundraising professional

September 27, 2011

Tidewell Hospice recently promoted Aida Matic to administrative director of philanthrophy.

FDOT offers traffic insight tool

FDOT offers traffic insight tool

September 27, 2011

The Florida Department of Transportation now is offering an app that allows drivers to see traffic conditions.

County to host redistricting open house

County to host redistricting open house

September 26, 2011

Manatee County will host a redistricting open house discussion Sept. 27.

PHOTO GALLERY: Wifflemania

PHOTO GALLERY: Wifflemania

September 26, 2011

The sound of plastic balls whizzing by filled the air Sept. 24 at Longwood Park as the Wobbly Feet Foundation hosted its Wifflemania for the Cure tournament. The foundation raises money to fund research on A-T, a genetic neuromuscular disease that affects several body systems and is characterized by wobbliness of a person's walking.



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